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We are delighted to host UTHSC alumna Dr. Courtnee Melton-Fant for a Conversation on Health Disparities regarding how housing and neighborhood environments impact health outcomes. Join us for lunch at noon in the Mooney Library on Thursday, April 21, for an engaging discussion about the role housing and policy play in shaping health outcomes. Please RSVP via Engage here: https://uthsc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7894753 This event is part of the Conversations on Health Disparities series, and is a credit on the Social Determinants of Health Co-Curricular Certificate.
Courtnee Melton-Fant, PhD, MS, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Systems Management and Policy at the University of Memphis. Before joining the University of Memphis, Dr. Melton-Fant worked for a state-level public policy research center providing information and analysis to policymakers, the media, and the general public.
Dr. Melton-Fant has experience conducting both academic and non-academic research ranging from clinical trials and health outcomes to analysis of state-level health care reforms for policymakers and advocacy groups. Her research interests include state- and local-level public policy, health outcomes, and racial health inequities. She is particularly interested in how broad-based public policies can be used as tools to improve the health of populations.
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